Charles Leclerc became the first Ferrari driver to win the Italian Grand Prix since 2010, holding off the Mercedes dual Valteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton to take the chequered flag.
The 21-year-old claimed his second successive race win after picking up his first-ever Formula 1 victory at the Belgian Grand Prix last week.
The French national dominated all the practices despite the Saturday mess and posted the same performance in Monza.
Vettel, Charles’s teammate had a bad race to forget in his career. Vettel span and returned on track, crashing into stroll which cost him places and a 10 point penalty.
Leclerc has now overtaken Vettel on the table standings and Hamilton still leads by 63 points heading to Singapore.